Skulls to Blame for Crows’ Feet, Drooping, Etc.
Another reason we get wrinkles is because our heads are fucking dissolving.
– Eye sockets became wider and longer with age. This could result in sinking of the eyeball into the sockets, which alters how the soft tissue in your upper brows rolls over the bones.
– The bones in the middle of the face such as the brows, nose and upper jaw shrank too. These changes may lead to drooping brow bones and formation of creases near the eyes and crow’s feet.
– The size of the lower jaw shrank with age. This makes the chin projection appear smaller. The mandible provides the foundation of the lower face.
So, keep your head in that bucket of milk. Juuust a little bit longer. No, a little longer. Relax.